Storm Damage Restoration Contractor

Hail Damage Repair Services

Having a number storms coming through your neighborhood may have you worrying your roof may be affected by these storms. It’s good idea to contact your local residential or commercial roofing contractor Houston and have you roof inspected. Most roofing contractors will not charge for the inspection.

Texas Has  History

Large hailstones can cause both serious bodily injury and immense economic losses. The Mayfest hail storm exemplified this in 1995, the most expensive thunderstorm event in U.S. history (according to NOAA), where hailstones up to 4 inches in diameter contributed to over $2 billion in damage in Fort Worth, Texas, along with 109 hail stone related injuries


Don’t Take Chances With Roofing Contractors

For most people, their home is one of their largest investments. That is why when choosing a roofing contractor in Houston, you want someone you can trust. Remember, after a big storm, the area will be flooded with out of town roofers looking to make a fast buck.

Houstons Hail Damage Repair Experts

With Texas Metal Roofing Contractors you know you are getting the best of the best. We have over 30 years of roofing experience, and we are one of the most trusted
metal roofing contractors in the Houston area. We are bonded, insured and have 100’s of references available upon request. So don’t take need chances with a roofing contractor. Best of all, we are a Hail and Storm Damage Claims Specialist. We work with all major Insurance Companies.

Hurricanes Preparation

If you live in hurricane territory you probably already know how to keep your property as safe as possible during a hurricane. You also probably know how to prepare for a hurricane such as storm-proofing your home and your garage or wherever you park your vehicles.You should know to keep your vehicle operational in the event you need to evacuate. You know about maintaining emergency kits in your home and car, along with enough food, water, and especially necessary medicines for a week in event you become stranded in your home.

Storm Damage Repair

If the roof of home or property has damage caused by a hurricane you should call your local roofing contractor as soon as possible and start the process of repair. It’s important to put together an itemized list of what was in your home. It is a good idea to take pictures of any expensive or antique pieces of furniture for replacement purposes. As with your car, an insurance adjuster will be assigned to estimate the damage so that repairs can get started as soon as possible. Hopefully, living in hurricane territory has made you someone that thinks ahead and takes every consideration when preparing for any disaster that may come your way. It is always better to be over-prepared than not having anything ready when a storm hits.

Mold Remediation

Air Quality Matters

During a flood clean-up, the air quality in your home or office may appear to be the least of your problems. However, it should be addressed. Professional mold remediation requires the use of the latest technology in air scrubbing and disinfection. Below – are some comments about moisture intrusion situations that may be symptomatic of a future mold problem.


Remarkably, twenty years ago there were few mold-related lawsuits. Today, however, associated mold claims are filing through the court system with emphasis on construction defect, personal injury and toxic tort. Toxic Mold Litigation has come into the public view as one of the most controversial areas of litigation. The primary basis for Mold claims are the numerous instances of bad faith, public health problems, poor maintenance practices, and the transfer of real property. Faced with a rising number problems – property owners, insurers, lenders, investors, and developers are looking for ways to more fully understand the nature of the problem.

Health Risk

Due to their prolific nature, toxic molds can secrete chemicals called mycotoxins, which are highly mobile and can lodge in the lungs, brain and digestive tract. It is believed by many health care professionals that once lodged in the body they may cause headaches, nosebleeds, respiratory problems and even death.

Check for Previous Water Intrusion

Any structure with water leaks, sewage backflows, water damage or a history of unwanted moisture intrusion is at risk of developing toxic mold. High humidity increases the risk of mold growth. Poor housekeeping practices can increase the risk of mold. According to USEPA, building owners and property managers should ask some questions to determine if toxic mold could be a problem in their buildings.

Questions To Ask:

  • Are there existing moisture problems associated with the building?
  • Have building materials, including new lumber, sheetrock or any other porous building material, including carpets, been wet for more than 48 hours?
  • Are there hidden sources of water, or is the humidity, naturally occurring or man-made high enough to cause condensation?
  • Are building occupants reporting musty or moldy odors?
  • Are building occupants reporting health problems?
  • Are building materials or furnishings visibly damaged by moisture?
  • Has routine maintenance been delayed, or has the maintenance plan been altered?
  • Has the building recently been remodeled, or has the building’s zone use changed?See

Professional Advice

If any of those questions are answered yes – or if you suspect that it may be possible that any recent alteration may have compromised the buildings moisture barriers, property managers or building owners should seek the advice of water damage and mold remediation professionals.